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AMLI Arc almost complete in Denny Triangle

The luxury apartment tower features a recording studio and maker space

A rendering of what AMLI Arc will look like when complete.
Courtesy of ZGF Architects

AMLI Arc, a 41-story, 429,000-square-foot tower located at 1800 Boren Avenue, is almost complete—residents have even started moving into the lower floors of the 393-unit project. The luxury tower has three basic apartment shapes, including lofts and luxury penthouses.

The whole building should be complete by November 16.

When the building topped—laid its last steel beam—back in April, we had some idea of the apartment amenities. We got a peek at a media room, a top-floor lounge, and a small common area with a kitchen.

AMLI Residential just let us know about a few more headline-grabbing amenities, including a maker space and a recording studio.

Other amenities are pretty standard for recent, luxury residential developments: An outdoor dining area, a party room for gatherings that outgrow your apartment, a fitness center, a yoga studio, conference rooms, co-working spaces, a rooftop deck with grills, a bike shop, and a pet spa (and “canine social club”).

Photos of one of the units show an open, industrial look, with exposed columns, high ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows.

“It’s new tower after new tower in Seattle right now, so standing out was the goal,” said Camilla Watson, an interior designer with ZGF Architects, who designed the project. Watson calls the style “deconstructed fashion”: “Think intentionally-exposed structures, cables, pipes balanced with gorgeous modern touches so each apartment delights and is completely functional.”

Denny Triangle is one of Seattle’s most rapidly-developing neighborhoods, with around 10,000 potential homes in the development pipeline as of April. (The number, according to data compiled by Seattle in Progress, is currently closer to 9,000.) Around 1,000 units have been completed in the last year alone.

The tower shares a 509-stall parking garage with the office building next door, Tilt49. That tower was leased by Amazon.

The project first broke ground in October 2015.